Another Kansiime show on tomorrow


HARARE - Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime, who is billed to perform at 7 Arts Theatre in the capital tonight, has been forced to hold another show tomorrow at the same joint because of demand as tickets for today’s showcase quickly sold out.

Kansiime revealed this at a press conference yesterday hosted by Sopranos Restaurant in Avondale.

“It will be a family event. I just learnt that the Saturday show sold out two days ago, hence everyone should have a chance to watch me perform. I know Monday is a stressful day so people should relax and laugh on Sunday. Everything will be the same in terms of content,” said Kansiime.

The former Makerere University student said she is glad to perform in the country.

“If I am invited to perform in the country again, I am ready to come back even next week. My ninjas (fans) love me too much and the challenge is to meet their expectations which are too high for a short black girl like me,” she said.

The Kansiime show is being promoted by Xtratime ENT and spokesperson Tonderai Mwaita said they have sold 900 advance tickets making the show sold out.


He also revealed to the Daily News that today’s show will witness a full house as tickets for the show were rapidly sold out hence they have been forced to hold another show tomorrow.

Kansiime will be sharing the stage with local comedians Carl Joshua Ncube and Doc Vikela on the two shows.

Kansiime is performing in Harare as part of the Anne Kansiime World Tour 2015 and yesterday she toured Oliver Mtukudzi’s Pakare Paye Arts Centre in Norton.

“Kansiime revealed that she is a big fan of Oliver Mtukudzi hence we found it worthy to take her to

Pakare Paye Arts Centre such that she can get to know him better,” said Mwaita.

The 29-year-old favourite Comedian in the Nollywood and African People’s Choice Award winner commenced her career in showbiz at the age of 20 while still she was an undergraduate at Makerere University in Uganda.

Comments (1)

she is my best,i like like all her laughs,

makoni - 14 November 2015

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